Children’s Cancer Network Provides the Following Programs to Assist Families Dealing With a Cancer Diagnosis

Admission Bag

When a family first hears the devastating words, “Your child has cancer,” Children’s Cancer Network is there. Valued at over $100, the Children’s Cancer Network Admission Bag provides resources, practical necessities, and reassuring comforts for an unexpected hospital stay. Read More…

Gas and Food Card

Funding to cover food and gasoline are consistently cited as major needs for families facing the unexpected diagnosis of cancer. Children’s Cancer Network works to help families battling cancer by providing gas and food cards. In recent years, this program was expanded to include bus passes and cafeteria passes as well. Read More…

Adopt a Family

Children’s Cancer Network responds to the needs of Arizona families experiencing financial distress during the winter holidays or back to school season. Providing clothing, age appropriate toys, supplies, gas and food cards, and essential household items, these Adopt-A-Family Programs set up families for success throughout the year. Read More…

Wigs

Children’s Cancer Network has recently introduced a program to help provide wigs to children going through chemotherapy treatments during a cancer diagnosis. Read More…

Ronald McDonald House

As a sponsor for the Adopt-A-Room Program, Children’s Cancer Network individually decorated and continues to maintain an efficiency apartment at the Ronald McDonald House on Phoenix Children’s Hospital’s campus. Read More…

Scholarships

Children’s Cancer Network awards scholarships each year to cancer survivors and immediate family members whose lives and college savings have been changed by childhood cancer. Survivors of childhood cancer, their parents and siblings, as well as immediate family members of those who did not survive their cancer are encouraged to apply. Read More…

Healthcare Collaborations

Children’s Cancer Network is proud to partner with each of the pediatric oncology teams in Arizona including Phoenix Children’s Hospital; Banner Children’s Hospitals (Cardon Children’s Medical Center and Banner Thunderbird Children’s Center); and Diamond Children’s at University of Arizona. Read More…